In Pictures: My Village Life

Who doesn't love to be home? Especially, when you have a wonderful family back home such as your parents as well as others you haven't seen for a long time.


Spending little time in remote school in Inuma Village

Children living in remote areas are no stranger to learning in difficult and under-resource environments. However, the greatest gift of all - They are happy.


Living well with Grief

Been brought up by someone else for almost your entire life, it is hard to comprehend when they have gone too soon.


Christmas without loved-one but friends saves

Christmas time is not only the day spent at family gatherings and having a great time but in the Christian world, it means something more unique and deeply meaningful.


The street with no name is where my home is…

HOME Go and love someone exactly as they are. And then watch how quickly they transform into the greatest, truest version of themselves. When one feels seen and appreciated in their own essence, one is instantly empowered – Wes Angelozzi. People without a home People without home is not a recent dilemma. It is one of the major problems faced by many countries globally and it is continuing to grow. I have documented many people …


Savouring the Best of PNG Independence Day in Cairns

A colourful day of celebration to remember Independence Day One of my favourite things about travel photography is not only you enjoy and appreciate the beauty around you but actually you get to meet people in person from all walks of life.  Here in Cairns, I had a great opportunity to capture some of the celebration moments of Papua New Guinea (PNG) Independence Day. Papua New Guinea is a country not only embrace the bird …


Living the Life in Australia. What a Life!!

A Better, Free Life in Australia Australia, home to world famous iconic man-made buildings, the Opera house and the Sydney Harbour bridge is one of the best and most liveable country in the world by international comparisons of wealth, education, health and quality of life.  Yes, when I first set foot on Australian soil with family almost 30 years ago in the city of Cairns, it turned out to be a life-changing life for me. This …


Celebrating NAIDOC Week

Brief History: Why we celebrate NAIDOC Week? Just recently, I heard few comments from friends and colleagues about what is NAIDOC WEEK. Yes, for many that don’t know what it all means and why we celebrate NAIDOC Week. The acronym NAIDOC stands for (National Aboriginal and Islanders Day Observance Committee). It is an Australian observance lasting from the first Sunday in July until the following Sunday. NAIDOC history in brief: The organising committee behind the day adopted this …


My Journey that took me into the world of homelessness across the Globe

Homelessness is a disease, that is epidemic Looking around us whether your in your community, state or somewhere in the world travelling, there are homeless people around us but it is hardly recognised and talked about. By i.c Golina From my last post, I wrote about my friends that helped out in a homeless charity organisation in New York. They spent 5 hours of their time contributing to the community. This is how I witness …